GORE’S GONE NUTTY! Says GOD Told Him To Fight Climate Change

We think Gore has quite the list of titles.

Former Vice President, Climate Change Alarmist, Kook, Wannabe Scientist, Liar…

The list goes on.

Now he’s adding prophet to the list!

Trending: Man Goes on Mass Stabbing at 3-Year-Old’s Birthday Party

Yeah…this one is interesting.

Gore is now telling his climate disciples that God is commanding them to go forth and fight the number one threat to humanity. (Climate change, obviously.)

Engaging in some advanced publicity for his new global warming film spectacular, “An Inconvenient Sequel,” Gore toldInterview Magazine that God didn’t create global warming and wants us to fix it.

In his comments, Gore equated the fight against global warming to a religious-based, moral crusade similar to the civil rights fight, women’s suffrage, and the abolitionist movement during the Civil War era. Gore insisted that it is a moral imperative to fight against climate change.


Warming up (pun intended) to his point, Gore said:

“Regarding the climate movement, there are people who say, ‘God is in complete control of everything that happens, and if the Earth is getting warmer, then maybe God intends that.’”

Then the kook said this…

“Well, no. God intends for us to take responsibility for how we treat God’s creation, and if we choose to use the thin shell of atmosphere surrounding our planet as an open sewer for 110-million tons of global-warming pollution every day, the consequences are attributable to us.

“And if you are a believer, as I am, I think God intends for us to open our eyes and take responsibility for the moral consequences of our actions.”

Riveting stuff…

Gore’s new film is a sequel to his “An Inconvenient Truth,” a film that was riddled with mistaken assertions and prophecies the never came to pass.

Yeah, the all-knowing prophet read the stars wrong. Or whatever he uses to pass off for science…

Despite all this, in an interview last year, Gore still claimed that he “underestimated” how bad global warming is getting. Or is it climate change? Are they even the same thing?

“I wish the film had over-estimated the seriousness of the crisis, but unfortunately it actually underestimated how serious it is.” 

Yeah…no. It didn’t.


Join the conversation!

We have no tolerance for comments containing violence, racism, vulgarity, profanity, all caps, or discourteous behavior. Thank you for partnering with us to maintain a courteous and useful public environment where we can engage in reasonable discourse.